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. the move will save illinois $75 million. still ahead, netflix. it's changing the way we watch t.v. and movies. but it's also seeing much more competition. >> susie: a stunning reversal in the case against former i.m.f. chief dominique strauss-kahn. he was freed without bail today and is no longer on house arrest here in new york. prosecutors said they have serious problems with the sexual assault case against him. but as the manhattan district attorney pointed out, the investigation continues and charges against straus-kahn have not been dismissed. >> in this case as with every case, our office's commitment is to the truth and the facts and that will govern how we proceed. >> susie: for now, prosecutors are still holding strauss-kahn's passport and he will remain in the u.s. he's expected back in court in about two weeks. >> susie: detroit's big three automakers registered double digit sales gain in june, but japan's top two carmakers are still struggling. sales popped 10% at the nation's biggest auto maker general motors. ford sales rose 13%, but chrysler was the big winner: up
at the big changes over netflix. you might be surprised at what netflix says about it. live and in hd, this is abc 7 news at 11:00. >> as we begin tonight with one woman's terrifying ordeal at the of the storms. a tree came crashing down on her r coming inches away from killing her inside. tonight, the woman is talking about it. >> really an extraordinary story. out of this terrific with only bonds and bruises. have to tell you, this mother from maryland was driving right ofindustry during the peak storm this afternoon. >> seeing her car in this tow lot, is to see the horror of been.ould have treat branch out in my while i was driving. >> oh my goodness! >> all of a sudden, it was cracking. a storm toppled a massive tree limb. the lens crushed her car, a limb herhed right through windshield. it was only angels of watching over me. i would have been dead. she somehow managed to scramble out of her car alive. she was crying. i was crying. >> this stranger offered louis shelter in her car. today, louis finds comfort and. the lasting trauma of this day. >> i am just glad i am alive. i jus
. the only one. the growing outrag netflix price change... and how you can >>> no surprise, she is not the only one, the growing outrage over netflix price changes and how you can beat it. >> the calorie counter's worst nightmare. the worst of the gut-busting meals that you could be eating. >>> from the cbs 5 weather center, good evening, everybody. skies are clear. temperatures soaring into the 90s. the repeat performance and then the day the cooldown begins as eyewitness news continues right here on cbs 5. when your eyes are smiling... you're smiling. and when they're laughing... you're laughing. be kind to your eyes... with transitions lenses. transitions adapt to changing light so you see your whole day comfortably... and conveniently while protecting your eyes from the sun. ask your eyecare professional which transitions lenses are right for you. you can tell, customers are still fu >>> it's been a week since netflix announced its big price hike and as you can see, customers still fuming. more than half of netflix subscribers are pledging to cancel their service. mike suger
that all drivers have an opinion on. >> outrage over netflix price hikes. will customers be saying goodbye? >> the final film installment of the magical world of harry potter begins later tonight. dedicated fans have been waiting in line for more than >>> to 90 as the night they have been waiting for. >> it is the final chapter of the harry potter. it is the midnight premier and we are live at the uptown theater. some moviegoers have been waiting in line for 24 hours. >> more than 24 hours. these folks are dedicated. they grew up with these books. this is the final series in this remarkably successful series. it is going to premier coming up at midnight. we have dozens and dozens over 100 dedicated fans who have been in line to say goodbye to harry potter. >> we all grew up with harry potter. >> they are first in line for the midnight premier of harry potter. they have been working in shifts since 2:00 on wednesday. >> we did not want anyone to be us. the front row of balcony seats that is our domain. >> the enchanted -- the enchanting narrative. >> he knows we broke into and he knows what
illnesses this year. >>> one of these well-known redskins is going to stay with the team. netflix is in for a new fight. 7 is on your side with their new competition. cooling off from casey anthony the decision to protect a key party indicates. that is when we return. >>> we are learning more tonight about a massive fire at a plastics plant in san francisco. raging flames reached 50 feet in the air. businesses and homes in the area have to be evacuated. we have no reports of injuries and we understand that air samples are being tested. >>> the attorney for the suspect and the nra terror attack says his client is likely insane. -- in the norway carry tax says his client is likely in saying. anders breivik admitted to committing the attacks last week. 76 people died in the rampage. he remains in jail awaiting a psychiatric evaluation. >>> the names of the jurors in the casey anthony murder trial will not be made public for three months. an orlando judge wants a cooling-off periods before releasing their names. the information will not be made available until october. earlier this mo
. >>> the backlash is growing tonight to netflix announcement that it is increasing it's membership fees. and maureen naylor has the story. >> reporter: in the past hour we talked to a netflix spokesperson. he says the los gatos research anticipated the outrage. >> shame on you netflix. i thought we had something together. >> reporter: users are venting their anger online. the cost is jumping from $10 a month to 16. >> they could have eked it up slowly. and it wouldn't have angered so many people. >> is it going to change your habits? >> absolutely. >> i think it was handled very badly. people are seeing it as a 16% price increase. anything over 10% people freak out over. i think this is something they should have rethought. this is like the new coke idea. they presented this in the wrong way. they're going to bleed an awful lot of customers. >> reporter: it costs the company 75-cents to mail the dvds instead of 10-cents to stream. >> i think it's appropriate if you want a business to survive they have to do what they have to do. >> reporter: netflix today makes less from a subscriber. the company is
street is impressed. netflix, earlier this week netflix announced it will raise the price for subscribers to pay for dvd rentals. the reaction? a fast and surprisingly, furious. polls came out showing how many people claim they will drop netflix altogether or how many customers will flee to netflix competitors. because netflix will make more money from the price hike, their stock price has actually gone up this week. >>> listen up, the new company and a new music service launched in the united states today and many say it will give pandora a reason for its money. pandora is based in oakland. spotify is a streaming service done well in europe and now available to americans. everyone in the united states, we should say. it offers 15 million songs to download for free but eventually, you pay to subscribe. >> okay. the race is on for tv's top honor, the emmy awards. >>> the nominees are out nbc's mark barger has the lowdown on the stars and snubs. >> "mat men" tv's top drama three years running and a chance for four after this morning's nominations. 19 overall. but even so, it may not have qu
on autism. >>> netflix has just announced plans to move to an even bigger stage. coming up, where you can stream their movies next. >>> the disaster drifting from the coast, when the debris from the tsunami and japan could reach california. >>> near record setting temperatures today, hottest in the south bay. morgan hilltoping out at 102 degrees. tonight, mainly clear and mild, tracki c acking conditions onheti t tracy brush fire. more coming up. >>> a red hot silicon valley, a company known for its movies. >> that's right. netflix has been on fire when it comes to growth. so far, that's all been in the u.s. and dan. today, the company announced plans to expand and instantly saw its stock price hit an all time high. >> this is not just a good job of movie dubbing, it's a peek into the future of a silicon valley tech company. netflix, which has been moving north lately, when it comes to profits, subscribers and share price, is about to make a big move south. >> that growth showed us that we do have an international appeal. >> telling us on its in-house theater stage, about plans to stream
if you have a netflix account. >> the emotional search for the daughter of a grandmother killed in a car crash. >>> you are watching abc 7 news at 11, on your side. >> a deadly accident was turned into a search after a beloved showdown disappeared. a family in northern virginia is asking for their help tonight. >> they are searching for cricket. >> the collision claimed the lives of the 72-year-old but allowed her beloved dog to escape straight friends and family search for cricket. 14 hours in the afternoon sun granddaughter and a bunch of friends applauded the tall grasses in haymarket va.. based after dozens of mailboxes and they walked for miles. >> i hope we can start to move on a little bit. >> even hired a dog tracker. all to find critic, -- cricket. >> it is hard to explain how much she means at this point. >> she crashed into an rv on us15. >> she was a loving woman. she taught preschool. >> we worried a lot. >> the beloved k9 represents a precious piece of perry that they will not let go. >> this is all we have left. if anyone does note where she is or how sir -- has her please
double for netflix. >>> before all that, will the break in the heat last all weekend? >>> and a brooklyn neighborhood is still in shock over the gruesome murder of a small boy. he was on his way home from camp. >> a little wooden casket carried on shoulders in a wave of grief. >> we have to pray that this will be the last time we will hear of such a thing like this. >> he was going to be nine years old last week. but during his seven-block walk on monday, his first in making the trip alone, he was of but that did buy a complete stranger and brutally killed. >> this is every parent's nightmare. this type is extremely rare. >> his disappearance set off a frantic search in the orthodox jewish community. police got their break from this video. you can see the boy walking in front of a man who has been identified as libby aaron. he asked for directions. at 2:30 a.m. wednesday morning cops entered his attic apartment. >> when detectives asked where the boy was, aaron nodded toward the kitchen, where detectives noticed blood on the freezer handle. >> they believe that aaron panics, smothering t
negative over netflix. susan mcginnis is here. in new york with the latest on those stories. >> good morning betty. the financial markets it was an up day for asian markets. tokyo's hang seng was up a fraction and hong kong's hang vention do seng down a frangs. wall street will also be hearing from fed chairman ben bernanke. we will he'll give an update. stocks finished lower on tuesday, more worries on stocks. concerns about stocks pushed gold to a new record high. the price jumped $13 to nearly $1,562 an ounce on tuesday, the precious metal up nearly 10% this year and on track for its 11th straight annual increase. silver is up 15% this year. >>> netflix is raising prices and subscribers are not happy. gone is the $10 a month plan that lets customers rent a movie one at a time and stream unlimited movies over the internet. customers have to pay 60% more, nearly $16 a month for the new plan, that one combines the $8 a month streaming only service with this new $8 monthly fee for dvd rentals. we'll see if this changes the number of netflix subscribers now at 23 million. >>> move over
. >>> and netflix says the rate hikes could affect future business. what they are saying. you are watching "good morning maryland" first and only at 4:30. a live look at baltimore's inner harbor. [ male announcer ] your favorite show is on or the game or there's an emergency and you need to know so you turn on your local tv and it's gone. right now, congressional action may threaten the local tv you rely on. millions could lose access to free local news. others could lose their hd unless congress protects local tv. tell congress: protect local tv. >>> my "good morning maryland -- now "good morning maryland." >>> ten post offices in baltimore city could be closing as part of an announcement from the u.s. postal service in a plan to save money. 3700 locations across the country could be closing. according to a list released yesterday, two of the locations are in the towson town center and annapolis. the other eight are in carroll, drew it's hamilton market center and wall brook and clifton east. those low craigs in baltimore. turn to digital media to stay in contact, the post office is seeing a la
before they vanished. >> i'm serious about the price increase. >> netflix backlash. customers outraged over a recent price hike. but that is not the only reason they are so upset. >>> and a special perk for dead people. the big problem that's causing on california streets. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, o pose for pi >>> witnesses say the three hikers swept over a waterfall at yosemite crossed a safety barricade to pose for photographs. a river swept them away yesterday. one hiker reportedly slipped into the water and the two other hikers fell in trying to help. all three were from the central valley. >>> now, the hike up to the mist trail to vernal fall is one of the most popular hikes in the park. and the top is always treacherous, even more so now because of the record snow melt. one victim's cousin told koula gianulias exactly what the family believes happened yesterday. >> it's in her nature to care about people, you know? always reach out. >> reporter: reaching out to save a struggling friend may have caused ramina badal to fall into raging waters with him >> he was holding on to her and she h
are cringing, but for a much different reason. we'll get the bad news out of the way first. netflix admitting that backlash over recent price hikes could slow its future subscriber growth. that sent shares of the company down in late trading. the good news, that belongs to san jose, which will get netflix as a tenant right here on north first street where netflix says it will move about 225 software engineers in its dvd division. >> it's good to have a company like netflix consumer oriented around the world. >> reporter: san jose is known as home to international tech giants like sysco systems, adobe and ebay. broe kay built a new headquarters here. now netflix to add sexiness to the city, not to mention a pile of much-needed revenue. >> we expect netflix expansion in san jose will improve the city's bottom line by seven figures. somewhere in the 1 to $2 million range on sales taxes alone. that's a great benefit here for residents of san jose. >> after years of growth netflix is struggling with bad pr from customers and shell-shocked investors while working on a deal to stay in los gatos. but
a local hospital we find out what netflix is making customers pay more for their services, and we tell you what a three day closure of a major california freeway could mean for drivers and live at the best moments of brian wilson's black bearded career. it's really delicious, mom. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done. [ male announcer ] u-verse brings peace to the family. at&t u-verse lets you record four shows at once from any room and play them back on any tv. get u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months. in the network, everyone can get along. >> netflix is increasing its rates, they have separate plans the users have to pay for individually that means having sent to your home and having online streaming will cost the least $16 per month for both services together the pricing plan is effect
time in already cages. >>> plus the flack they have gotten over raising prices netflix is move ahead but there are other options. >>> and what is this? why are these people in costume and who will benefit from them being her. we will answer all that when we come back. having a nationwide sale, with flights all over the country starting at only $59. as the nation's largest domestic airline, we have a flight that fits your budget anywhere southwest flies. but the sale can't last forever, so you need to hurry and use this to go to southwest.com and book your flight before it's too late. because with $59 fares they are going to go fast. book your $59 southwest getaway only at southwest.com. [ ding ] only at southwest.com. ♪ [ rock ] [ chattering ] [ man on tv ] 96309. [ man ] ♪ she got it, you got it ♪ i got it, we got it [ groans ] ♪ who's got it see you later. ♪ yeah! ♪ come on, she got it you got it, we got it who's got it ♪ we're all different. that's why there are five new civics. the next-generation civic. only from honda. . >>> there is a bullet hole left in a
, since netflix announced a recent price hike, it seems some e stomers go running for the door. >> now outlets like walmart are hoping that it means they'll come r rning through their doors now. as abc's david wright reports it is all turning into a hollywood drama. >> reporter: they're an internet movie startup suddenly behaving like the godfather. >> i'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse. >> reporter: raising prices 60%, expecting movie-loving customers simply to accept things without questioning. >> my mama always said, life was like a box of chocolates. you never know what you're going to get. >> thinking you're going to roll over or just take it and smile and keep on running like forrest gump. truth of it is, like howard beale in "network." >> i'm as mad as hell and i'm not going to take this anymore! >> it means netflix suddenly loses next quarter 30% or more of their client base. >> reporter: the truth can be tough to swallow. >> you want answers. >> i want the truth. >> you can't handle the truth. >> people can't handle the truth that it costs money to keep this busine
this extremely well, for example, would be netflix. many of you in this room i'm sure use the netflix. what they did is dynamically throw what is this is as more and more people click on movies that they want to watch. so then what they are doing is as the need scales, they then have the ability -- they pay them, and, of course, it drops off as soon as the need drops off as well. so they end up essentially paying for average demand. the technology is widely deployed around the world. >> as kind of a follow-up, individuals often use cloud services for backing up their computers. are we about to see people using their computers to back up their clout services to guarantee that they hold on to their data? >> you are at the tip of a very interesting iceberg. go 100,000 miles in space and look down at the earth. we are still driving more wavelength down. there is no problem distributing content out to users. what we have a fundamental problem with is distribution of power. power is dominating in terms of distribution networks q one of the reasons why it does not make sense is because you are at
, the british hacking scandal takes a new turn. >>> and we're revealing the real reason netflix has decided to raise its fees and what customers >>> british prime minister david cameron apologized today for hiring someone connected to his country's phone hacking scandal. cameron told parliament he was, in his words, extremely sorry about his decision to hire former "news of the world" editor andy coulson as a spokesman. he left the paper in 2007 after one of his reporters was convicted of charges connected to illegal phone hacking. he has since been arrested in connection with the current investigation. cameron told parliament today that coulson assured him he was not aware of the hacking. the session comes one day after news corp. ceo rupert murdoch answered questions from a parliamentary committee. >>> the video rental company netflix is now feeling the back lark of its plan to raise rates by 60%. the price hike applies to customers who get dvds in the mail and stream movies over the internet. mark barger has more on what's behind the hike and the backlash. >> reporter: unhappy netflix cu
netflix those the same thing now it used to be about expressed preferences and clicking on the five stars and netflix will know i like these movies and what they found was that that didn't work that well because people gave schindler's list five stars. how could you not? it is a great movie and now that they have the streaming on netflix they can say yes we watched five minutes of that but then you click over to fast and furious that's what you prefer and a way this gets me back to the of what is the preference and should you trust me when i say that i prefer something more my behavior, do you want even though people don't believe in the way that they say that they will but there's a lot of value in taking them at their word and giving them that kind of agency debt just as a general principle you want people to make decisions about what they do. you don't want to have to behave in a certain way that then leads to business. >> host: businesses want people to get. the tension between the sort of commercial and civic dalia especially when you say you have to trust me when i say something you
. >> it's caused outrage among tens of thousands of customers. netflix is trying to explain why it has to lays prices. >> but first, it's a mistrial. a judge's harsh words. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live in san francisco where u.c. regents are inside the building apparently about to approve a 9% tuition and some board of regents are upset. what >>> u.c. board of regents regents will soon vote on a left if i increase this fall. they warn that other painful marines will have to be taken because of the budget cuts. terry? >> they are considering right now about 9.5 tuition increase, that would object the top the recently approved 8% tuition hike meaning a year at u.c. school is going to cost more than $11,000. take a look at students inside here a short time ago, testifying against the rated hike, they just can't afford it. the university said their hands are tied. the state cut 150 amendment from the budget. u.c. received no moisture. i couldn't give students any warning. it's important to point out that not all students will be paying this higher tuition and man
. >>> netflix customers, listen up. we'll tell you why the company is jacking up prices for many of its customers. [ tapping ] well, know this -- for a good deal on car insurance, progressive snapshot uses this to track my good driving habits. the better i drive, the more i save. it's crystal-clear savings and only progressive has it. nice. this has been a public savings announcement. out there with a better way. now, that's progressive. male announcer: be kind to your eyes with transitions lenses. transitions adapt to changing light so you see a whole day comfortably and conveniently while protecting your eyes from the sun. ask your eyecare professional which transitions lenses are right for you. female announcer: through the transitions healthy sight for life fund, we support the education efforts of prevent blindness america. learn about protecting your vision at preventblindness.org. >>> the internet is broken up with netflix. it was a lifelong love affair. we thought it would last forever. nope, netflix statewided they wanted more money -- decided they wanted more money. how could
on this wednesday morning. >> big changes on the way for netflix subscribers. what services will now come at a premium. >> and developments in the casey anthony case as the satellite turns to the florida woman's mother. >> you are looking at live pictures. we will have traffic and weather every ten minutes. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> welcome back on this early wednesday morning. 4:41 is the time. i am steve rudin in the belfort furniture weather center. yesterday temperatures were well into the 90's. there was humidity and the heat advisory that they canceled a little early. today the cold front finally moved through. the satellite and radar shows sky is beginning to get a little cloudy to the west of us. this is part of a cold front that will eventually bring us cooler and less humid air. partly cloudy today. look for a chance of thunderstorms, a 88-93 for the day time high. >>> breaking traffic news. >> the beltway closed in both directions in tysons at route 7 with power lines that came down. if you are north out of springfield towards tysons,
on the ground. >> yes, be safe at all times. >> yes, thank you very much. >>> watch out netflix, next, why the movie rental giant is facing some new competition from walmart. >>> and taking flashmobs to a new level.d wasin behisd the- mh party next? >>> walmart.com is now streaming movies the same day they come out on dvd. this comes tokyo after netflix announce -- comes two weeks after netflix announced new price increases. walmart bought video streaming service vudu.com, and offers 20,000 titles that can be viewed on devices with internet access. unlike netflix it will not offer subscriptions making subscriptions similar to itunes. f> up,ne xt t fhomro a recent flight from sfo. go! go! completing an atm deposit in record time... that's a step forward. go! go! with deposit friendly atms, you can make ultra fast, secure deposits with no slips or envelopes. take a step forward and chase what matters. >>> we usually see flashmobs on ground level. this time way up in the sky. ♪ >> yes, they were airline passengers. 20 performers from a san francisco hula troop started dancing on a flight f
pounds. >>> if you're a netflix subscriber you may have noticed your choice of movies streamlined online shrunk a little last month. industry insiders took note and investors are wondering if it's a sign of things to come. alison kosik what do you think? >> i think it could be. what we're talking about is a bunch of movies from sony studios that, poof, disappeared because of what netflix called a temporary contract issue. now, this hatched after a deal from four years ago, between sony, netflix and starz movie channel capped. the number of subscribers who could watch certain movies. streaming is red hot these days and netflix watchers actually hit the cap and that's what triggered these films be removed from the roster of netflix. kyra? >> so what do you think? are more movies going to disappear? >> could be, because "l.a. times" says netflix is on the verge of hitting a similar cap with disney movies pup fwlee? many of its licenses deal, set to go away by next year. so with streaming as popular as it is now, studios are in the, sort of the higher position. in the position to sort of jac
. >>> millions of netflix subscribers not so happy. have you heard about this? some could be paying an extra six bucks a month, that could equate to a 60% price hike. the company says mailing dvds are expensive and they want more people to use streaming video service instead. and we'll look at alternatives for you that can be cheaper. >>> but first the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. turns out maybe going out of style in america. there's a string of recent court cases you may have noticed, scandals some say we're living through an epidemic of lying. >> i had no prior knowledge -- >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman. >> casey anthony not guilty, convicting her only on four relatively minor charges of lying to the police. >> i have not been honest with myself, my family, my constituents, my friends. >> that was, that is the simple truth. >> as americans, we like to think that we really value honesty, and every time we see another one of the lying khan scandals we're so appalled. >> i don't believe that nicotine for our products are addictive. >> i believe that nico
. in netflix is not adding subscribers as in the past. and mcdonald's is unveiling a slimmed down of happy meals today. it will get apples and fewer fries. hundred fewer calories appear on menus in september. that is america's money. >>> starting today walmart is renting out and streaming movies online. world's largest retailer bought voodoo.com and launched the streaming service today. 20,000 titles can be viewed on almost any device. you can rent a movie for prices ranging from a dollar to 5.99 or they can purchase movies for 4.99 and up. >> the officials defending u.s. government networks against cyber attacks is quit. they are not commenting about his departure but it follows several high profile attacks such groups as anonymous. in it will. there was an attack. they thought it was retaliation. documents include information about their relations with many governments, including the u.s., australia, russia and rui crane. they have posted the documents on line. italy's police unit says they have been hacked but it doesn't admit any information was stolen. >> a gas station worker was able
beat is up next. after the break, we'll tell you why netflix shares are soaring. >> as we go to break, how attached are you to your computer smart phone or tablet. a recent harris interactive poll found 57% of people surveyed say they want access to thairdz even when they are on vacation and get this, 17% say they wouldn't even unking through it when they are on their honeymoon. how bad that is? we'll be right back.  >>> netflix shares are soaring. more on that in just a minute. first, lets asee how the rest of the market is doing. lauren similar netty with fox business network is live in new york with this morning's business beat. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i was checking things out because i'm not an expert and a lot of people aren't, the dow and the s&p 500 had a big turn outyesterday. snapped a five-day losing streak v winning streak. sorry. >> this is what happened. the end of june was spectacular. the markets rallied all last week. you weren't here. we were talking about how markets were going up, up, up, up and up. yesterday, that camey to halt and the
're jocks. they like to hang out in the locker room. it's a guy thing. >>> frustrated netflix customers have a new office. the move wal-mart is taking to grab more customers. >> they do. it had been the biggest weekend opening ever but this morning, the historic decline for the final installment of the harry potter movie. coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, the fast food chain plans to add a serving of fruit or vegetable, and shrink the portion of french fries in happy meals. the changes will start taking ef >>> is mcdonald's going healthy? they plan to add a serving of fruits and shrink the portion of fren itch fries and happy me. changes will start taking effect in september. they will be in place in all mcdonald's restaurants by april. >>> wal-mart is hoping to draw new customers with a movie streaming service on its website. the new service is called, voodoo. it lets people rent or buy movies stream them to their tvs, blu-ray players and their other equipment. but unlike netflix there is no option for subscription service. rental prices range from a buck to 5.99. >>> we were just talking ab
on you netflix. >>reporter: netflix customers are lashing out today over a price hike. why the company actually hopes they are angry enough to drop part of the service. >> plus social media meets movie making. how you can play a role in the first hollywood crowd source film. >> i'm in the accu-weather forecast center in what maybe called breaking weather actually starts to feel like july in july. details in my accu-weather forecast coming up. >> imagine. that thanks. >> and if the opening round of the british open proves anything at ailt is that the usual rules do not apply when it comes to at the time oldest major in golf. news at 9:00 it comes to at the time oldest major in golf. news at 9:00 co >> 30 miles an hour winds made this grass fire near enter sfait 5 80 difficult to fight today. fire burned more than 400 acres just west of grant line road. no one was hurt and no structures burned. fire started by a downed power line from one of the wind mill ins that area. >>> sommer chant in oakland are hoping videocamera in the neighborhood will deter
bareland eeked out a sixth day of straight gains. netflix hit a new high after it was expanding its on-line video service to 43 countries in latin america and the caribbean. over the last year netflix shares have tripled in value. >>> moody investors service slashed portugal's credit rating into junk territory on risks the country will need another bailout. >>> on the data front new factory orders bounced back in may, boosted by demand for transportation equipment. >>> oil futures surged 2% to settle at just under $97 a barrel after barclay's capital raised its forecast with the commodity in 2012. chevron rose 1%, the most of any stock on the dow, and marathon oil jumped more than 3% on the news. >>> in deal news blood transfusion instrument company immucor rose 30% after agreeing to be taken private by tpg capital for nearly $2 billion. energy transfer increased its bid to buy pipeline company, southern union, agreeing to pay over $5 billion in cash or units in an attempt to thwart a rival offer by williams. >>> finally, talk about honesty. two 15-year-olds on a school trip in austria
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number of whooping cough cases in more than 60 years. >>> netflix says it's making big changes an that means it could cost you. thousands of customers are sounding off. >>> also she's under arrest for one of the nastiest divorce fights ever involving a knife and a garbage disposal. just think loraina bobbete even worse. >> and why we crave certain fatty food. i just had ice cream. they show one trick on how to curb your cravings. >> the fog is back. let's take a look out here in san francisco where you can to see the drizzle currently right now. teis fog is also dropping at temperatures dramatically. how long will this cold summer blast last coming right up.mp denim, converse one star shoes, denim, shaun white hoodies and denim. school takes a lot. target has it all. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for h
you look at a company like netflix in the u.s., netflix is now larger than the largest pirate site, so there is an interesting tipping point there, and you can see that if you deliver consumers value, the vast majority of them won't pirate. >>reporter: any shift from physical to digital film consumption wouldn't be as simple as hitting stop on your bluray player. but the building blocks are being put in place. for the time being at least, consumers look set to be spoiled with choice. >>it enables people to deliver new services and new ways of watching that suit the modern lifestyle which is all about making things more convenient, quicker, easier and that's the way it's going. >>i think that christmas in the future might be really boring because people love to have dvds as presents. >>reporter: but for fans of film and convenience it might mean that all their christmases' have comeat once.... >>reporter: the tour de france is without a doubt the toughest challenge in cycling. it lasts the best part of a month and covers well over two thousand miles. it also attracts more spectators tha
. >> netflix customers outraged over new prices. that could be good news for apple. they are considering a bid for hulu there you can watch some shows for free, others you have to pay a fee. if apple bites it could provide stiff competition for netflix. >>> are you grabbing your plastic more than you would like? expects say people are hughes cards more and more to pay for basics because many have to use them for these needs they aren't spending much on things that might be considered luxuries. >>> many people find comfort in using their credit card because of the reward points. they are easy enough to earn but it's not always the same case when it comes to cashing them in. joe is working for you explaning why the process can leave you just flat out frustrated. >> reporter: all karen wanted was a free exercise bike to add to her gym. so this working mom saved up her credit card points for years. >> i love spending, it's my favorite thing. >> reporter: all meli is, ss wanted was a trip to hawaii. >> we were stock piling watching them, watching them. >> reporter: once they tried to cash in the
. the backlash has netflix customers canceling their subscription. >> they should of gone up slowly. it is more principal than money. >> they are raising it from $10 to $16 a month. they have 23 million users. thousands threatened to cutback or end their service. netflix shares closed today. >>> the run in with authorities from coast to coast. the information we uncovered today by the man killed by b.a.r.t police. >>> is it controversy or common sense? how history is taught in california. >>> your weekend is just about here. will you need the jacket or can you wear flip flops? i will have the details. i want to crush more cars. ♪ i want to sell more tea cups. ♪ i need help selling bread. ♪ i want to sell more crabs. [ male announcer ] you know where you want to take your business. i want to design more buildings. [ male announcer ] in here, small business solutions from at&t can get you there. starting with the at&t all for less package -- just $70 per month, voice plus broadband. it's the at&t network. helping you do what you do... even better. . >>> officials in the airport canceled 100
on debt deal pressure. netflix is wall street's darling no more, and the lunch to buy that person that has just about everything else you can imagine. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, late-breaking allegations from across the pond that amy winehouse was a phone-hacking victim as well. >>> coming up, the mariners continue to sink, a giant visitor at the white house, and the wait is finally over. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back to "early today." here are some of your top headlines this morning. a new report shows that amid the recession the wealth gap between whites and minorities has widened to unprecedented levels. an analysis by the pier research center finds the median net worth of whites is 20 times greater than that of blacks and 18 times more than that of hispanics. >>> a whistle blower lawsuit says one of the nation's largest providers of kidney dyalysis deliberately wasted medicine in order to reap hundreds of millions of dollars from medicare payments. the suit claims davita used larger than necessary vials knowing th
're stuck in the middle of it and no end in sight. >>> markets fall on debt deal pressure, netflix is wall street darling no more. and a lunch to buy that person who has just about everything else you could imagine. your "first look" at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, the mariners continue to sink, a giant visitor at the white house and the wait is finally over. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. act my age? -why? -why? -why? [ female announcer ] we all age differently. roc® multi-correxion 4 zone moisturizer with roc®retinol and antioxidants. lines, wrinkles, and sun damage will fade. roc multi-correxion. correct what ages you. >>> welcome back to "first look," i'm amara sohn. here's some of the top stories this morning. a new report shows that amid the recession, the wealth gap between whites and minorities has widened to unprecedented levels. a census analysis by the pew research center finds the median net worth of whites is 20 times greater than that of blacks and 18 times more than that of hispanics. >>> a whistleblower lawsuit says one of th
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